Monthly Archives: February 2009
At the end of January I had the opportunity to see creativity and innovation expert Sir Ken Robinson speak in Seattle. His new book, The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything, talks about how adults (in his experience) dont know …
If Europe has a dedicated year of creativity and innovation, do other countries/regions need their own? ————-
There’s been a lot of talk – particularly since the global recession became a reality – about whether or not government …
The application of several models (more than 300) based on the logistic growth function including simple logistic, component logistic models (CLM) and logistic substitution models (LSM) in the context of technology changed the future of forecasting.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but The TRIZ Journal is as busy as ever. Beyond February’s new articles, a chatty field of commentators and a lively discussion forum will keep readers clicking, reading and sharing their own views.
The problem solving standards are a powerful tool in TRIZ for individuals who understand each standard. It is difficult, however, for new people to grasp the concept because each standard is a sentence with no corresponding graphics.
The value of smart material comes from its contradiction-solving abilities; linking the contradiction-solving material to a specific market need is critical to commercializing the product. Contradiction resolving is important to innovation.